SAN FRANCISCO — California's 1st District Court of Appeal recently ruled that the state's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) did not abuse its discretion when it set the maximum allowable dose level (MADL) for lead as a reproductive toxicant.
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A California appellate court ordered the return of more than $330 million to the National Mortgage Settlement (NMS) Deposit Fund after finding state officials unlawfully used the money for the state's general fund.
SACRAMENTO – An appeals court recently vacated a decision denying a motion for summary adjudication in a lawsuit involving the Butte Fire that started in Jackson and swept through Calaveras and Amador counties in September 2015.
An appeals court rejected an appeal involving the State Department of Health Care Services and nearly two-dozen health clinics that serve medically underserved populations in California.
Appeals court vacates order in case involving grandparents' suit against Kaiser in death of grandson
An appeals court in California has ruled that a trial court erred when it denied a request for a continuance in a case involving a toddler who died of cancer.
Appeals court says disciplinary charges against San Francisco officers were filed in a timely manner
SAN FRANCISCO – A panel of justices in California's First District Court of Appeal recently disagreed with a San Francisco Superior Court decision that said disciplinary notices filed against several San Francisco police officers in 2015 had been filed within the statute of limitations.
Appeals court confirms state is not the proper defendant in dispute regarding jury trial fees in injury case
SAN FRANCISCO – The California Court of Appeal for the First Appellate District recently ruled that the state of California is not the proper defendant in dispute regarding jury trial fees in a case alleging personal injury from a car accident.
SAN FRANCISCO – A California appeals court recently said Saint Francis Memorial Hospital must pay a $50,000 fine assessed by the state after a sponge was left in a patient who had back surgery in 2010.
SAN FRANCISCO – The California Supreme Court recently issued a decision reversing an order by an appeals court in a case involving handgun safety laws requiring dual placement of microscopic identification numbers.
The Pacific Research Institute says Wednesday's landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Janus v. AFSCME will mean different things to different people in California.
SAN FRANCISCO – A California man recently filed a notice of removal in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California regarding a lawsuit against the state of California over alleged deprivations of fundamental rights in a dispute involving child custody.
SAN FRANCISCO – Eight states are suing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and its administrator after the states claim they have violated the Clean Air Act.
SAN FRANCISCO – Levi Strauss & Co. is suing two companies for trademark infringement over their alleged use of its Arcuate stitching design.
Rescap Liquidating Trust is suing First California Mortgage Company, alleging intentional interference with a contract in order to avoid paying a multimillion settlement, among other allegations.
A petition for an order to confirm a nearly $18 billion foreign arbitration award has been filed against Chevron in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
SAN FRANCISCO (Legal Newsline) – A federal judge granted a motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Facebook against the Internal Revenue Service for allegedly denying its right to an independent forum.
SAN FRANCISCO (Legal Newsline) – A federal judge partially granted a motion to dismiss in a lawsuit against Sysco Corp. over an alleged fuel surcharge.